Odgers Berndtson, the leading global executive search firm, has opened up its latest initiative to UK University students, offering them the opportunity to shadow a top business leader as part of the 'CEO for a day' scheme.
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A study of the Forbes List of the World's 100 Most Powerful Women has found that Europe's most powerful business women have an above average number of children, it has been revealed today.
The Chartered Management Institute has today revealed it's overwhelming support for the UK Universities' latest report which stated that over 5,000 new degree apprenticeships would be commencing in September.
A survey of employers has revealed that many feel their young employees lack basic soft skills in the workplace, with inappropriate mobile phone usage ranking as the number one annoyance.
It is becoming increasingly more popular for employers to give future employees aptitude tests as part of the recruitment process. The aptitude test is used to gain insight into the future employee’s skill sets, character traits, working style, and ability to handle a workload. It’s also becoming common to offer these tests in a computerized form. With a computer based test, comes a whole new set of challenges that job seekers should be aware of. Jennifer Feldman gives her tips on how best to combat these tricky little numbers!
A recent report has shown that nearly half of all students now use their smartphone as a study aid on a regular basis, with a mix of traditional and modern methods being the preferred method for the majority of students.
Starting a career can seem daunting, even if you’ve spent three years at university preparing. So we caught up with two successful graduates of the Exponential-e Sales Academy, Liam and Eric, to shed some light on some on what the world of work is like – and more specifically, sales in the technological industry.
According to new research released today by global recruitment specialist Michael Page, more than one in two (53%) working Brits who’ve been in a relationship admit to arguing with their partner as a result of work – due to either job stress or being in a bad mood at the end of their working day.